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Ballycarbery Castle

Towering atop a grassy hill just outside of Cahersiveen along the scenic Ring of Kerry, the ivy-covered remains of Ballycarbery Castle overlook the sea. While historians believe a castle was built on the site as early as 1398, the present-day ruins date back to the fifteenth century, when the castle was occupied by either the McCarthy Clan or their wardens, the O’Connells.

A registered historical building in County Kerry, visitors will nonetheless find no entrance gate, signs or placards in the remains of the castle. It’s been left largely forgotten, and while the structure itself has fallen into ruin, the views of Cahersiveen from around the grounds are well worth the trip.

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